'It was a complicated password' ... Lessons learned from the Colonial Pipeline Breach

The Colonial Pipeline Breach was caused by a disabled credential.

Threat actors managed to obtain the password for this disabled credential, which was reportedly available on the dark web for a period of time before the breach occurred.

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